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that a veteran captain was making his first attempt landing a 777 at sfo. >> they have to get experience. we have to figure out how that happens. >> reporter: ross amer teaches new pilots that if an approach isn't perfect, they abort the landing attempt. >> decisive, be decisive, if you think you're too high or too slow, do something immediately. >> reporter: today the president and ceo of asiana arrived to a media frenzy in san francisco, promising full cooperation of the investigation. meanwhile, the only crew member to speak to the media, a flight attendant who worked frantically to help passengers and crew members off the plane. >> as soon as i heard emergency escape, i conducted the escape. >> reporter: of the more than 180 passengers injured, 26 remain hospitalized six in critical condition, including one child. a tae kwon do team return iing explained what happened. >> i looked over and i could see fuel dropping from the wing. >> reporter: meanwhile, some passengers grabbed their luggage, purses and duty free shopping before exiting the plane. >> it's a life and death situation for you to
off from the scene at sfo in san francisco, we also learned of a close call for other members of this crew? >> that's right, two flight attendants on board were ejected out of the back of this plane as it crash landed. amazingly, they survived. the training captain, the captain who was training his colleague, said he thought they were coming in at 137 knots, they realized they were in trouble when they saw the red lights at the end of the runway that were supposed to guide them in, they were not lined up properly, and from there, something went terribly wrong. today new pictures of the crash scene in san francisco, the top priority has been to interview all four pilots who were on board flight 214, including the veteran captain who was new to the 777 and at the controls saturday. he said he realized
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